BIBLICAL FRAMEWORK COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION

BIBLICAL FRAMEWORK COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION

One may obtain BFCA certification in either of two ways. 1. He or she has graduated from an organization that teaches Biblical Framework Counseling as explained in The Heart of Man and the Mental Disorders and is in accord with the doctrines of the historic Protestant Christian faith as summarized in articles 1-6 and 8-14 of the BFCA Doctrinal Statement. 2. He or she has read the Second or Third Expanded Editions of The Heart of Man and the Mental Disorders and has briefly completed the assignments given in the Advanced Biblical Framework Counseling book – assignments which have been approved by a present Full Member or Senior Member of the BFCA. He or she is also in accord with the doctrines of the historic Protestant Christian faith as summarized in articles 1-6 and 8-14 of the BFCA Doctrinal Statement.

Having been qualified in one of these two ways, one may apply for and be granted certification by:
Biblical Counseling Ministries
P.O. Box 16753,
Sugar Land, Tx 77496-6753

The BFCA has three tiers of membership. The Adjunct Member has been involved in Biblical Framework Counseling for at least a year and has 20-50 hours conducting personal and/or group Biblical Framework Counseling. The Full Member has been doing so for 51-150 hours. And the Senior Member has 151+ hours of experience. These are noted in the following list of members, their interests, and their information.

Thomas (Tad) Adkins

Adjunct Member
Home Phone: 480-313-2225

Biographical Info

I have studied under the teaching of Dr. Nicolas Ellen at Expository Counseling Center here in Houston, Texas, and am in my third semester in pursuit of a MABC (Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling) at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. I work for a ministry called RLM Foundation, in which we do counseling in the Texas prisons with seminary graduates that are incarcerated for 20 years to life.

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